Cookies

1. Definition and Purposes: what is a cookie and what are its functions?

1.1 A “cookie” is a computer file deposited by the Internet browser in the hard drive of the terminal (computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.) of Internet users (hereinafter, “Users” or “the User”) when they access and browse the website www.dolead.com (hereinafter, “the Website”). Cookies may, if applicable, also be deposited when Users fill in a contact request form, create and/or log in to their accounts, or click on a space dedicated to the Website's advertising display.

1.2 Cookies make it possible, on the one hand, to store information concerning Users’ browsing habits for the Website or the Internet, and, on the other hand, to read the information stored there. Only the issuer of a cookie can read the information contained therein.

1.3 Cookies may be issued by Dolead or by third parties, such as advertising agencies or our partners. Dolead has no knowledge of and no contol over cookies deposited by third parties for their own purpose.  

1.4. In general, the purpose of the deposit or reading of cookies is to:

(i) enable, facilitate and personalise access to and navigation of the Website;

(ii) memorize information about a form you have completed on our Website or about products, services or information you have chosen on our website;

(iii) ensure the provision of features and services offered by the Website;

(iv) improve security measures; for example, when the User is asked to log in again after a certain period of time;

(v) draw up statistics to determine the origin of traffic and to measure the audience of the Website, its pages, its various functionalities and the services offered;

(vi) measure the effectiveness of Dolead's advertising;

(vii) carry out targeted advertising campaigns tailored to Users' interests.

2. Acceptance of cookies on the Website and Duration of Consent

2.1. When Users first log in to the Website, a banner is displayed on the terminal screen informing them that by continuing their browsing they consent to the deposit and/or reading of cookies on the terminal used for the specified purposes. To continue browsing, Users are required to expressly consent to the use of cookies on the terminal being used.

2.2. Users’ consent to the use of cookies is given for a maximum of 13 months. After 13 months, Users are sent a new consent request. This consent may of course be amended and/or revoked at any time.  

3. Cookies used on the Website

3.1 Cookies essential for accessing the Website, browsing and/or for the benefit of the Websites features and services

Some of the cookies used by Dolead are essential for accessing and/or browsing the Website. These cookies are also necessary to benefit from the features and services offered on the Website, such as opening an account or completing a registration form. Users may not access and/or navigate and/or benefit from its features and services if they refuse the Use of these cookies.

 

3.2 The analytical cookies required to measure the performance of the Website and Doleads advertising

These cookies make it possible to obtain information about how Users connect to the Website and how they browse. They are useful for knowing the origin of their access to the Website, measuring login frequencies, determining the pages visited and the time spent, as well as the features and services used. In addition, these cookies also make it possible to obtain information about the effectiveness of Dolead’s advertising. These cookies may be refused without affecting users’ access to, navigation of or benefit from the Website’s features and services. However, if applicable, their refusal does not result in the display of advertising on the Website being stopped.   

Facebook Pixel Tracking

Shows the actions generated by Users from Dolead's advertising on Facebook. This cookie is used to identify the number of conversions made from the company’s advertisements on Facebook.

Google Adwords Conversion

Shows the actions generated by Users from Dolead's advertisements on the Google Adwords search network.  This cookie is used to identify the number of conversions made from the company’s advertisements on the Internet (excluding Facebook).

Bing ads Conversion

Shows the actions generated by Users from Dolead's advertisements via the Bing Ads advertising network. This cookie is used to identify the number of conversions made from the company’s advertisements on the Internet (excluding Facebook).

_utma

Shows the number of times a User has logged into the Website, the date of their first login and the date of their last login. This cookie is issued by Google Analytics. In particular, it makes it possible to identify unique visitors to the Website.

Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr

_utmb

Shows the exact time when a User accesses the Website. This cookie is issued by Google Analytics. It works in combination with the _utmc cookie.

Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr

 

4. Cookie Management and Refusal

4.1 Users may, at any time, accept or refuse the use of cookies. Consent or refusal may be given to certain types of cookies, or against all cookies. Moreover, Users may also change their initial choices at any time. However, refusal to use some or all cookies may alter or even prevent Users' access to, navigation of and/or benefit from the Website’s features and services.

4.2 Users can manage the use of cookies from their Internet browser using the appropriate settings. Browser settings can block either all cookies or certain specific cookies. In the same way, Users may also delete the cookies deposited on their connection terminals. However, blocking all cookies or removing some or all cookies may alter or even prevent access to, navigation of and/or benefits from the Website’s features and services upon the Users’ next login.

4.3 The procedures for configuring and/or deleting cookies vary depending on the Internet browser and/or the connection terminal employed by the User. To this end, Dolead invites Users to consult the “Help” menu of their Internet browser, assuming they are using the most commonly used Internet browsers, by clicking on the following links:   

Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/fr-fr/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

Chrome : https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=fr

Firefox : https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies-preferences

Safari : https://support.apple.com/kb/ph21411?locale=fr_CA

Opera : http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html

Each browser allows Users, in principle, to configure it so that cookies or types of cookies can be systematically accepted or refused, depending on the nature of their issuers or the type of connection terminal. Choosing the “Do Not Track” option or any other private navigation method does not systematically prevent the use of targeting or advertising cookies.  

4.4 The access to, navigation and use of features and services on the Website may result in cookies being deposited and/or read by third parties that use social networks, in particular Facebook. These operators are likely to identify Users, where appropriate, even when no interaction is generated with social media operators, particularly if their accounts opened with them were activated on the connection terminal used. Dolead has no control over cookies that may be used by these social media operators and, in any case, is not able to read them. Dolead invites Users to familiarise themselves with the Privacy Policies and/or the Cookies Usage Charters implemented by the aforementioned operators.

4.5 Dolead may not be liable, in any way whatsoever, for the alteration or impossibility of accessing, browsing and/or benefiting from the Website’s features and services as a result of Users’ choices regarding cookies. However, Dolead invites Users to contact them by email at legal@dolead.com or by post at DPO Dolead, 3 rue de Gramont 75002 Paris (France) with any cookie-related questions. In addition, Users can consult the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) page dedicated to the configuration of the parameters of the main Internet browsers by clicking on the following link: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.